Algona is a city in King County, WA. Due to Algona's close adjacency to the city of Pacific, the two communities are sometimes referred to collectively as Algona-Pacific or Algona/Pacific. Every year Algona has a city-run festival called "Algona Days". The event includes an assortment of food vendors, small rides, live music and a classic car show.

8), the civil rights leader, rather than William Rufus de Vane King (1786-1853), the vice-president-elect for whom the county was named in 1852. The stated reason for the change was the revelation that "William Rufus DeVane King was a slave owner and a "gentle slave monger" according to John Quincy Adams."

King County borders Snohomish County to the north, Kitsap County to the west, Kittitas County to the east and Pierce County to the South.